Dec 05, 2015

AssetAvenue Raises $3 Million to Crowdfund Real-Estate Debt - Venture Capital Dispatch - WSJ

Companies that are trying to crowdfund real estate investments are jostling each other in a crowded market, but AssetAvenue Inc. hopes to stand out by taking a different approach.The startup has raised $3 million led by Matrix Partners and NetEase Capital, the venture arm of the Chinese technology company NetEase Inc., to let accredited investors invest in commercial real estate debt, Venture...

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